August 8, 2000
The local bourse remained in its now customary dormant state, as weekly turnover fell 33 percent to 72,146.
August 7, 2000
Prime Minister Salim Hoss says Lebanon has accepted a Libyan proposal to pay a ransom to free a Lebanese woman who is being held with 11 other western
One of the leading members of the opposition in Lebanon's parliament announcs his withdrawal from the forthcoming elections, charging that results "a
Three Lebanese were wounded late Sunday when Israelis opened fired across the border at a group of some 15 stone-throwing youths.
August 6, 2000
Syria's ruling party newspaper, Al-Baath, on Sunday praised Lebanese President Emile Lahoud for his firmness in having held out against pressure to ag
Israeli leaders welcome the deployment of UN forces along the Lebanese border, expressing hope that this will contribute to maintaining peace in the r
Hizbollah says Lebanon has been subjected to "enormous pressures" by the US and the UN to certify that the Israeli withdrawal from southern Lebanon wa
August 5, 2000
A Lebanese joint army and police force is prepared to deploy Sunday night in the southern part of the country formerly occupied by Israel, following t
The UN Interim Force in Lebanon begin deployment along the full length of Lebanon's border with Israel.
August 4, 2000
One hundred and sixty-five employees of Shell Oil Co. being held hostage since Monday include 20 foreigners, among them Lebanese, Americans, Britons,
Lebanese Prime Minister says Lebanon has given United Nations peacekeepers the green light to deploy along the border with Israel, after being satisfi
Lebanon called for help from countries bordering the Red Sea to find four divers, including a Lebanese engineer, who disappeared off the coast of Saud
August 3, 2000
Israels withdrawl may be good news for Lebanese property market, but this optimism is overshadowed by overpricing and governments Macroeconomic failur
Lebanon’s Minister of Electricity and Water Resources Suleiman Traboulsi heads a governmental delegation to Moscow to discuss possible cooperation wit
August 2, 2000
Anti-Syrian sentiment is mounting in Lebanon ahead of parliamentary elections due to start later this month, with the Christian opposition openly accu